Transfer Student

  1. Complete the online Application for Admission Form via or stop by Student Services, located in the Student Services Center on the Statesville Campus and in the lower level of building A on the Mooresville Campus, to submit an application in person.
  2. Submit official high school transcript or GED test scores to Admissions and Records
    • High School Transcript
      • Students currently enrolled in a North Carolina high school may request the high school transcript be sent to Mitchell using the online application, or you may request a copy from your high school's counseling office by printing out this form.
      • Once you graduate from high school, a final transcript must be submitted. If not requested on during the application process, you can print out this form to submit to your high school's counseling office.
    • High School Equivalent Diploma
      • If you obtained your high school equivalent diploma in North Carolina, refer to this document.
      • If you obtained your high school equivalent diploma outside of North Carolina, you will need to submit official high school equivalency certification. Official documents vary by state. Visit to view transcript request options outside of North Carolina. If you have any questions on if your documentation is acceptable please contact Admissions and Records at (704) 978-5493 or
  3. In order to receive transfer credit and meet prerequisites, students with previous college attendance should have their official college transcript(s) sent to Mitchell. You may print this form and submit it to the college's registrar's office.

After submitting your Application for Admission Form please call the following numbers to schedule a college placement test. Please note that you must turn in your application for admission at least 2 business days prior to scheduling a placement test.

Statesville Campus: 704-878-3242
Mooresville Center: 704-978-5415

Click here for online placement test practice resources. »

Note: Students with prior college level English, math, and computer coursework may meet with an admissions counselor to discuss waiving of placement tests. If you have not had all three types of classes it is suggested that you simply schedule a placement test.

If you wish to discuss the waiving of placement test requirements please call 704-878-3242 to schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor.

Apply with the FAFSA over the Internet at Be sure to list Mitchell Community College (Federal Code 002947) in step six on the FAFSA. For those who file taxes, The IRS Data Retrieval Tool should be utilized. You and/or your parents can apply for a PIN to "sign" the FAFSA electronically, which means the student aid process can be completed totally online.

IMPORTANT! Once we have received your processed electronic student aid record from the Department of Education, as result of your FAFSA submission online, MCC's Financial Aid Office will email students who have completed both the financial aid and admissions application process an award notice. Students who do not have a complete file will receive a Document Tracking Letter informing the student of additional items needed to complete the financial aid process.

To apply for a scholarship, obtain the form from high school counselors or the Mitchell Community College's Financial Aid Office or print the Mitchell Community College Scholarship Application.

Every student applying for a Mitchell Community College (MCC) scholarship is required to complete a FAFSA. The priority date to apply annually for scholarships is April 30 and scholarships are awarded annually fall semester.

Veterans should apply for their education benefits online at

Note: Mitchell Community College does not participate in the Advance Payment Program. Veteran students are required to pay all charges at the time of registration. Payments of educational benefits are made directly to the veteran by the Department of Veteran Affairs by check or direct deposit for the period the veteran is in attendance in an eligible program and has remaining entitlement.

Persons enrolled in an approved program at Mitchell Community College will be eligible to receive veteran's education benefits if they qualify. Veterans should apply for their education benefits online at Please bring in a copy of your eligibility letter to the VA representative when you receive it.

After you have completed the college placement tests, an admissions counselor will provide you with information about the Advising Center located in the Student Services Center. New students can visit the Advising Center to have an Educational Plan created and to register for courses.

Be sure to pay tuition by the advertised payment deadlines.

Payment Due Dates for FALL 2014

If you register during the dates listed below, payments are due by the dates listed to the right.
Registration Dates Payment Deadlines
5/20/14 through 7/21/14 7/22/14 by 4 p.m.
7/22/14 through 8/4/14 8/5/14 by 4 p.m.
8/5/14 through 8/14/14 8/14/14 by 7 p.m.
Drop/Add Dates Payment Deadlines
8/18/14 through 8/20/14 8/20/14 by 7 p.m.